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night, especially for the bride and groom. talking about invitations who you want to invite, whether they can bring a plus one. that's on the invitation. what if somebody comes to you after the fact asking to bring someone? what is a polite way of saying you already have a head count and you can't go over it? >> just what you said. a polite way is, you're on a budget. you can't go over the count. currently, until all the rsvps are in, you must decline that plus one. if it changes, go ahead and do it. a good rule for guests being invited, if it says mr. john smith, you're invited by yourself. >> i yourself. and i can't help but notice the beautiful flowers here. how important are flowers? you brought these in. >> i did. >> they can be costly as well. >> they can be. think about in seasonal blooms and large blooms. hydrangea. flowers that take up a lot of space. if you use them, you don't have to use as many. flowers are an integral part. it does set the tone. they're beautiful. you don't have to go crazy. you don't have to break the bank. >> most people like to see a beautiful bouquet
for this bride and groom. margo and hugh married at the chatham bars inn, determined pot to let a hurricane spoil their special day. >> it will also be memorable. it's given us plenty of challenges, but nothing stopping us. >> reporter: or their happily ever after. >> i hope not. we had a whirlwind romance, but maybe another hurricane just throws some, i don't know, some excitement to it. there is a strange excitement with a hurricane. >> reporter: hurricane earl barreled toward the u.s. as a menacing category 4, but lost steam as it made landfall on the outer banks of north carolina. jim cantore was in hard hit cape hatteras. >> as you can see, we're still taking it on the chin. this water is compliments of pamly company sound and it continues. >> reporter: earl made a turn kicking up occur of surf on new york's long island and creating dangerous rip currents up and down the coast. but in the end, earl whether go down as a near miss for much of the coast. and those who were once bracing for the worst can now look ahead to enjoying the rest of this holiday weekend. and any damage that they find l
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